Boston Bruins Betting Stats

Boston Bruins Betting Stats
Boston Bruins

As one of the “Original Six” NHL teams, the Boston Bruins are one of the most storied franchises. With six Stanley Cups, the Bruins are the second-most successful American NHL franchise behind only Detroit. Many NHL legends fill the Bruins’ team stats, such as Bobby Orr, Phil Esposito, and Ray Bourque, just to name a few.

The Bruins have consistently been one of the best-run franchises in the NHL, which is why bettors will find Boston at short NHL odds on the sportsbook. There are seasons when Boston is not a good team and will struggle to win games, but this team is typically prolific with a solid foundation.

General Information

Eastern

Atlantic

TD Garden

Boston, Massachusetts

Championships

  • 6x Stanley Cups
  • 5x Conference Championships
  • 3x Presidents’ Trophy
  • 26x Division Championships
  • 12x Hart Memorial Trophy
  • 8x Art Ross Trophy
  • 3x Ted Lindsay Award
  • 3x Conn Smythe Trophy
  • 6x Frank J. Selke Trophy
  • 10x Vezina Trophy
  • 14x James Norris Memorial Trophy
  • 8x Calder Memorial Trophy
  • 4x Jack Adams Award
  • 8x Lady Byng Memorial Trophy

Boston Bruins Stats & Analysis

Check out all the information related to team stats.

Scores

Standings​

Team Leaders

Schedules

Team Ranked Stats

Injuries

All-Time Boston Bruins Records

Latest Betting News

Boston Bruins Stats & History

Thanks to the efforts of grocery tycoon Charles Adams, the NHL expanded to the United States and awarded him and the city of Boston a team. Adams and the franchise settled on the name “Bruins”, named after the brown bears from classic folk tales.

The team first sported a brown and yellow color scheme akin to Adams’ grocery chain, First National Stores. Boston would capture three early Stanley Cups led by the likes of Eddie Shore and Bill Cowley. This was until the NHL shrunk down to the “Original Six” teams in 1942. From this year on until 1967, however, the Bruins would consistently lose to their Canadian counterparts, including going 0-5 in the Stanley Cup Finals.

But from the NHL’s expansion era post-1967 on, the Bruins would begin to re-emerge led by superstars like Orr and Esposito. Boston would capture another pair of Stanley Cups with the duo. Once the Orr-Esposito era ended in the late 70s, the Bruins would remain a perennial Stanley Cup contender for the next 20+ seasons, thanks to Ray Bourque.

Bourque would captain the Bruins to consistent playoffs including two Stanley Cup Final appearances. However, the team would also fall to dynasties of the era like the New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins. Once Bourque left, the Bruins would still be a legitimate contender thanks to Joe Thornton.

Playoff disappointments would spell the end of Thornton’s tenure in Boston, even if he had been a leader in Boston Bruins stats. The center would go on to have a Hall of Fame-caliber career in San Jose, although Boston would flourish as well. Players like Zdeno Chara, Patrice Bergeron, and Tim Thomas would help the team recapture the Stanley Cup after nearly a 40-year drought.

To this day, Boston remains a Stanley Cup contender thanks to management’s ability to draft great talent. As long as they keep at it, fans can expect the Bruins to remain relevant, regardless of who their best players are.

Check out all the updated Boston Bruins stats, recent news, and betting tips, here at Point Spreads

Back to top button

Bet like a PRO!

Thanks

Subscribe now and get Weekly Expert Free Picks